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2015 | 39 | 1 |
Article title

The sense of a survival guilt – two images of twentieth-century's French theatre

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FR
Abstracts
DE
Der Band enthält die Abstracts ausschließlich in englischer Sprache.
EN
Two characters, Franz Gerlach in Jean-Paul Sartre’s The Condemned of Altona (Les sequestrés d’Altona, 1959) and Théo Steiner in Toujours l’orage (1997) by Enzo Cormann, are influenced by their traumatic experience of the war that makes them evade reality and leads them to self-exclusion. Talking to other people provokes questions concerning their identity, family, human development and destiny. Both of the characters are concerned by the feeling of guilt for being alive; this shows how sinuously destiny works in particularly difficult situations while one’s behaviour and actions, once they are recorded by one's conscience, do not let you live anymore because the responsibility becomes too heavy
FR
Le numéro contient uniquement les résumés en anglais.
PL
Tom zawiera abstrakty tylko w języku angielskim.
RU
Том не содержит аннотаций на английской языке.
Year
Volume
39
Issue
1
Physical description
Dates
published
2015
online
2016-01-04
Contributors
References
  • Arendt H. (1987) : La Tradition cachée. Paris : Christian Bourgois.
  • Bauman Z. (2006) : Vies perdues. La modernité et ses exclus. Paris : Payot.
  • Cormann E. (1997) : Toujours l’orage. Paris : Minuit.
  • Finkielkraut A. (2000) : L’ingratitude. Conversation sur notre temps. Paris : Gallimard.
  • Furet F., Nolte E. (1998) : Fascisme et communisme. Paris : Plon.
  • Morin E. (2005) : L’Introduction à la pensée complexe. Paris : Seuil.
  • Sartre J.-P. (1960) : Les Séquestrés d’Altona. Paris : Gallimard.
Document Type
Publication order reference
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_17951_lsmll_2015_39_1_108
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